Removal of Drywall and Renovation Debris - Reliable and Effective Service by Removerz

We are aware of how crucial it is to maintain a tidy space both during and after renovation projects. To meet all of your demands for construction and renovation debris removal, we provide dependable and effective debris pickup services. Our team of professionals are fully insured, trained and remain dedicated to offering a premium services at a reasonable cost.

What do we take?

Removerz will accept a variety of debris, including:

We are not licensed or insured to haul away anything toxic or hazardous, and are also unable to take car or truck chassis. Below are a few items we do not accept:

Removal of Drywall

All of your residential and commercial debris cleanup needs will be handled by our crew.

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Our Renovation Debris Pickup Projects for Drywall

How it works

At Removerz, we believe in making the junk removal process as simple and straightforward as possible. Here’s how it works:

We also offer bulk junk removal services for large-scale projects, such as office cleanouts, estate cleanouts, and more. Our team has the experience and equipment to handle even the biggest of jobs.

Request a Quote

Fill out the form below to request a quote for our Removerz Drywall & Renovation Debris Pickup services. Our team will get in touch with you shortly to discuss your project requirements and provide a tailored quote that meets your needs.

You can book your appointment today by calling us at 604-396-0057 or by filling out our online

FAQ about Removal of Drywall and Renovation Debris

Drywall removal is the process of removing drywall from walls and ceilings as part of a renovation or demolition project.

The tools required for drywall removal typically include a utility knife, pry bar, hammer, screwdriver, drill, and drywall saw.

Drywall is typically removed by cutting along the edges of the wall with a utility knife, then using a pry bar and hammer to carefully pull the drywall away from the studs.

Yes, drywall can be recycled. It is typically ground up into a powder and used as a soil amendment or a component in new drywall production.

Renovation debris is the waste material generated during a renovation project. This can include drywall, wood, concrete, metal, and other materials.

Renovation debris can be disposed of in several ways, including through curbside pickup, landfill disposal, or recycling.

It is not necessary to hire a professional to remove drywall and renovation debris, but it can be helpful. Professionals have the tools and experience necessary to complete the job quickly and safely.

The cost of drywall and renovation debris removal can vary depending on the amount of material to be removed, the location, and other factors. It is best to get a quote from a professional or waste removal company.

Yes, some renovation debris can be reused or repurposed. For example, wood can be turned into furniture or used as firewood, and concrete can be crushed and used as aggregate in new construction projects.

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